Although a commitment to spiritual care exists in the curriculum of the Royal College of GPs for GP training and in the General Medical Council’s Good Medical Practice, describing what …Read full article on Spiritual care in general practice: what’s happening in practice and training?
During the last week in January I had the honour of working with three survivors at various holocaust memorial events in Edinburgh and Falkirk. The survivors were Janine Webber (Holocaust), …Read full article on Listening is the first step to tackling hate!
Faith in Older People together with the Church of Scotland Guild has been working with an ecumenical group to consider the responses from different denominations as to how they support …Read full article on Making Connections
During the 1990s, the NHS closed the many long-stay ‘geriatric’ wards and gave the monies to social services in order for them to fund the care of frail older people …Read full article on Care homes and the care needs of frail older people
Sustaining our spirits will become increasingly important as we cope with changes and concerns. FiOP’s focus will continue to be on making spiritual care matter to us as individuals and …Read full article on We wish you a happy 2020
A presentation at the ‘ONE STEP AT A TIME’ – Dementia and the Church Conference organised by Faith in Older People and the Church of Scotland Guild My name is …Read full article on A Quaker perspective on dementia